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(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. top stories we are following on this tuesday january 1st. the country has gone over the so-called fiscal cliff. as the midnight deadline for a deal came and went. and now the house is expected to vote on the bill today. plus-- two separate shootings. and at least ten people arrested for public intoxication in san francisco. as the city rang in the new year. a live and taking a live look outside from our roof camera. glancing back at san shots fired in two separate incidents in san francisco as the city celebrated the officers have also arrested at least ten people in the embarcadero area for public intoxication and other misdemeanors. to get you more news faster we turn to kron-four solo police say two people died and three others were injured in a new year's eve shooting. after a fight in a restaurant in the old sacramento area. it happened last night outside the sports corner café. police say some 40-thousand people were gathered in old sacramento for a fireworks show when the gunfire erupted.
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officials then canceled the midnight celebration. police are still searching a deadly head on collision shuts down highway 12. police say four people were killed in the accident last night. no word yet on the ages of the victims. again, the accident happened on highway 12 east of rio vista around nine p-m. that section of the highway has reopened this morning. developing news. it went down to the last few hours. and in an early morning session, the senate approved a measure on tax increases and spending cuts. the measure now goes to the house of representatives. ed payne has the story. >> reporter: at the stroke of midnight many people were celebrating. but the mood and washington was much more serious. joe biden went to capitol hill after they struck a deal. and they returned into session, at 2:00 a.m., the vote was cast. >> reporter: 89-8 vote, the spending cuts puts it on the
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brakes. with the bush era, it's maintained. senator harry reid. >> the middle class will wake up to date that their taxes will not go up 2002 hundred dollars each. and they will be able to help with groceries, rent. mitch mcconnell said that they agreed to the measure instead of letting the middle class suffer. >> we do not think that the taxes should go up on anybody. but if we did not do anything that they would be going up on everybody today. we were not going to let that happen. >> they are going to reconvene today. add pain. ed payne reporting. doctors are treating
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secretary of state hillary clinton for a blood clot that formed in her head and they're confident she will make a full recovery. they say the blood clot did not cause a stroke, or any brain damage. the clot is located in the vein in the space between the brain and the skull behind the right ear. to help dissolve the clot, they are treating her with blood thinners. she will be released once the medication dose has been established. she was expected to return to the state department this week. the kron four morning news. here's a live look outside. from last night.. [ male announcer ] subway has so many
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2012 was a record year. for movies. americans went to the theaters in droves this past year. with nearly 11-billion dollars in ticket sales. analysts say that's pretty good. in this age of video streaming on computer tablets and large- screen h-d televisions. one analyst thinks this year may be even better. as a number of high-profile movies are expected to hit the big screen. 2012 was the worst year on record for average gas prices. single day spikes never topped what was seen in 2008, but the nationwide of regular gas hit $3.60 in 2012, according to triple a. that's up 9 cents from last year's record high of $3.51. aaa blamed hurricanes, refinery outages and tensions in the middle east for the high prices. there is some good news. triple a expects gas prices to be lower in 2013, thanks to rising domestic oil production and decreased demand. taking a look at gas prices around the bay area this morning. the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in san francisco is $3.63
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this morning. across the bay in oakland and san jose. the average is $3.54 and $3.55. this compares to the current state average of $3.57. zynga has started shutting down several titles as part of a plan to cut costs at the struggling online game company. games such as petville and mafia wars 2 will no longer be available. the move is part of a broader cost-cutting plan revealed last october, which involved shutting down 13 titles. the company also announced it was cutting 5% of its full-time workforce, a first for zynga. 45 degrees... (music)
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those looking to clean out their closets in time for the new year got a little bonus. the folks at goodwill held a donate-a-thon at their main location on mission street
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in san francisco. those who came to give away their old belongings were assisted by people dressed as bellhops who also gave away popcorn. the first four-hundred people also got free passes to the zoo or movie tickets. event organizers say this is to thank people for their donations, which they call the lifeblood of their charity. >> what these donations do is support ordination and mission. we have freed, a digital class is for people to help them learn how to the mill, and microsoft office. your donation will help them with employment, perhaps even for the very first time. goodwill estimates that close to four-thousand people will donate at their francisco, san mateo and marin counties. that's double their usual number. the bay area is ringing in the new year with a spare the air day. today is the first spare the air alert of the winter season.
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the alert bans the burning of manufactured fire logs, wood, or any indoor or outdoor solid fuel. season lasts until february 28th. >> speaking of sunshine. this is a shot provided by jackie jackie sissel. you see the bay bridge in the background. we do have some clouds out there but the visibility is clear. and in terms of those numbers not that cold. mid 40's. 40's and san jose. upper 30's, and in concord but we do have some 30's in the north bay. as we go for this afternoon it looks like temperatures are going to be pretty similar. milpitas. with 54 degrees in campbell. and as we turned our attention to the east bay. slightly cooler conditions pittsburgh, antioch. only the lower 40's. hayward,
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some cooler temperatures also. oakland, it looks like we will see 53 degrees. the satellite & radar. with high pressure in control with high clouds in the distance. beginning with this freeze warnings for the north bay valleys. with this of our marine. and that is also where recruits to the frost for the san francisco bay. temperatures will only be in the upper 20s, mid-20s. and i can see the potential for icy when chilled. black ice, certainly, keep that in mind. as we go towards tomorrow morning. for the sierras, there are no tire chain laws in effect but look out for freezing fog toward with mostly sunny skies. temperatures will be
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climbi the 30's. your kron 4 7 day around the bay my help and pleasant conditions with mild-- sunday, monday, looked to also be dry. temperatures in the 50s. >> we continue to monitor a light ride. we will see there are no problems from the macarthur maze, and also out of the word, the 92 westbound. take a look! you could practically walk across the bridge. and the 101 northbound. southbound, it is not even the set up for normal computers. there are no delays or problems. a quick look at our traffic
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map for the north bay ride towards marin county. delay- free. police in oakland are still looking for the gunman who girl. the teenager who died sunday night has been identified as 15-year-old jubrille jordan of oakland. this is what the crime scene looked like sunday night hours after the shooting had happened. keep in mind these gun shots rang out in the afternoon. jordan was killed and a 14 year old boy was shot in the foot. the shooter is still on the lose. oakland police chief howard jordan talked about what he plans to do. to address the rising crime situation in oakland. >> we want more police officers, cops count. perhaps this would have not happened in our city but the bottom line is that this has to stop. the city, the police department have to do a better job of protecting our children. the murder, that
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happened on sunday, marked the city's 131st homicide of the year. the chief says that more community involvment is also key to fighting crime in 20- 13. the california supreme court ruled that people who ride on bumper cars and similar attractions at amusement parks can't sue the park operator for injuries they incur in normal use of the rides. the court by a 6-1 vote rejected a claim of negligence in a lawsuit filed against the owners of the great america by a san jose doctor who fractured her wrist during a bumper car ride in 2005. five fresno men were cold but unhurt after their rescue from the big sur wilderness. the men went hiking near china camp friday night but were not prepared for the snow that fell in the higher elevations over the weekend. the men became lost, but were able to get cell service and call for help sunday morning. the hikers were rescued by a c-h-p helicopter. >> it is not just the physical cliff. they're also going to be dealing with the
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debt ceiling. suspending in ban investments and for the end of february, it will be out of money unless congress raises the debt ceiling. increased every year since 2004. also, the state of maryland is embracing same-sex marriage. at the beginning of this new year. we will
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1 million people >> an estimated 1 million people gathered in times square. what a chilly night. here is a here is a lot from around the world (music) a lo
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a great look around the world. we will be back. and a nice start. the sun is coming up over the east bay. temperatures are chilly. 42 degrees and looking near 50 as we make our way into the afternoon. we will be back with the latest weather, traffic, and our top stories, when the compact.
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welcome back. as we take a live look outside from our roof camera here on van ness avenue. cleanup efforts are underway along the embarcadero in san francisco. after the city rang in the new year! >> not that bad of a start. not that cold. relatively dry we do have some high clouds but mainly clear skies. here is a look at the
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numbers. 40's through downtown san francisco. what you will notice is that temperatures are dry aiand -- not as cold as just 24 hours a goal however, there is a freeze warnings. there could be black ice, but another icy day. for tomorrow afternoon mostly sunny skies. and looking ahead, a generally dry forecast. we could see some rain and light snow is we go towards saturday. sunday, looking pretty decent. a quick look at the afternoon highs. 53 with a look at the rest of your your kron 4 7 day around the bay and now,
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traffic with george. >> we are expecting very little traffic. here is a look at walnut creek and 680. on the left side is the northbound coming out of scandal. and also towards dublin. you can see some light traffic around the bay. >> we are watching cleanup efforts along the embarcadero. to get you more news faster we turn to kron- four solo reporter jackie sissel. who joins us live from the embarcadero. jackie? >> reporter: good morning, what a difference a couple of hours makes. nobody out here. last night, tens of thousands of people rank and the new year. basically it is just cleanup. and we have seen the parks and recreation working crews. cleaning up after people from--rining in the new year. ringing.. in the new
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year from last night. this started practically a immediately. by a writer around 4:00 p.m. and you could have seen it that -- this morning i of our produc by this morning i arrived around 4:00 a.m. and you could not have even have suspected that there was a major celebration. reporting live, jackie kron 4 a deadly shooting brings a violent end to what has been a violent year in terms of homicides in the city of san jose. police were called to the sprawling summer breeze apartments on lewis road where a man was shot and killed in the parking lot. police did not immediately identify the lone, male
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victim and would not discuss any possible motive, except to say it is not thought to be gang-related. two people were detained for questioning in the city's 46th homicide in 2012,that would be the most since 1991 when there were 53. the woman accused of crashing into several pedestrians, killing one, near san francisco's twin peaks lookout point last month pleaded not guilty to vehicular manslaughter, d- u-i and hit-and-run charges. police say gina eunice fatally struck a 56-year- old woman on december 20th. at her arraignment, prosecutors say eunice had a blood alcohol content of point-2-3 at the time of the collision. eunice is being held on one million dollars bail. she will be back in court on january 14th. the new year also bringing some new laws. there will be a 10-cent charge for paper bags at grocery stores in alameda county starting today.
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the alameda county waste management authority adopted the ordinace in 2012.banning plastic bags.in an effort to reduce the use of single carry out bags and to promote reusabe bagssome oakland shoppers say they will do what they have to do.to prevent paying the extra dime. >> i will start to use mine. >> i will have to remember to start using them. >> we all have to sacrifice for the environment. according to stop- waste.org plastic bags are the most common liter items found in our waterway.shopping with reusable bags helps reduce litter, waste, protects creeks. and the bay new laws to tell you about this morning. the highest minimum wage in the nation is set to rise again. as san francisco's low end compensation rate will increase from 10-24 an hour to 10-55 an hour. the city's minimum wage has increased every year since 2004. in a 2004 study. u-c berkeley found that the
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rising minimum wage had no impact on jobs or the propensity of employers to leave the area. it also found that restaurants increased costs to customers. with prices rising 6-point-two percent for fast food and one- point-eight percent for sit- down eaters. with the new year - california will be getting a lot of new laws. kron four's philippe djegal highlights a few of them. >> there have been 800 new laws. i scanned through and here is what you should know. assemblywoman joan buchanan's bill regarding metal purchases passed. the fine for dealers who knowingly buy metals used at public utlities facilities jumps up big time. now 250-dollars. in a few days. four times that amount. to one thousand dollars. another bill out of the assembly.
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gives women greater access to birth control. a-b 23-48 will now allow certified nurses, midwives, nurse practicioners and physician's assistants to prescribe that medication. and, drivers licenses for illegals. some 400-thousand undocumented immigrants will be able to apply for a license. this applies to those in a federal program supporting immigrants who came to states as a child and have not broken the law. the homeowner bill of rights will also go into affect at the start of the year. it's meant to give homeowners more rights to battle forecloser. this set of bills will restrict dual-track foreclosures. when lenders act like they're working with a borrower to modify a loan, while still moving forward with foreclosure. a senate bill also makes it illegal for public and private universities. from forcing students to reveal their usernames or
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passwords for social media. >> reporter: philippe djegal, kron four news. we will be right back. this live look at the golden gate bridge. a very light traffic. (music)
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power grid. quite a shock for one bay area man who bought a car as kron-4's scott rates explains. it turns out his been stolen from someone >> this was supposed to be his daughter's new car. >> i got the papers, ice paidthat -- >> i paid him in cash. >> i met him at the walnut
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creek shopping mall. >> after meeting he drove the car back to his home where he paid him in cash fifth. he was able to snap this photograph. just before this man and left with $13,000 . - >> how much? >> $13,000.700. >> now, the vehicle is registered as stolen. the antioch police have collected the car. and now, he wants people to understand and not make the same mistake. >> what ever you do check
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the paper work. i hope that they can catch the guy. and i hope that somebody will recognize his face. >> scott rates, kron 4. >> we will have a complete check of your forecast and weather coming up. just a few cars out on this tuesday morning. (music)
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>> good morning. it is officially the year, 2013. we are taking a look at your current temperatures. below freezing in some spots as we take a look at the satellite and radar, clear conditions. stray showers but really, just contending with high clouds. because of that high-pressure we will see that stormtracker that will stay to the north. tranquil conditions. the only difference is that it will be cool. 51 for feel free for fairfield-. and if you think
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that it is chilly tonight. there is a a freeze one in going into effect for the bellies and defrost advisory. temperatures will drop into the 20's. icy wind chill it certainly a possibility. you are going to want to keep your potted plants and family pets in sight in side. and pretty mild conditions. however, there is a 20 percent chance of showers on the saturday. a bit more mild as we start the next work week. www.snowbomb.com sugar bowl, there does not look like there is any fresh powder. however, a
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significant base at beach resor beach resort each---resor. >> this might look like a really nice morning as expected. lighter than even on a sunday morning. on the '92, it is difficult to tell based on the volume of traffic. but the right side is westbound. the commute on the golden gate it is problem-free. and also the east ave. we can expect a quick drive time. no problems through the south bay and delay free this shows great conditions. here's a look at the top entertainment moments that
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had us cheering, dancing and throughout 2012. details. >> catchy music, and the unfortunate death of a pop icon. >> this song was almost inescapable. 'call me maybe' and the disparity was from the u.s. olympic swim team the and this-parity. >> the force, is no strong with disney. this fiercely independent george lucas sold his film empire to the disney empire for over $4 billion. and disney is planning on three more star
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wars movies. >> this is the superstar relationship that are they or aren't they? chris brown. and rhiannna has said it that they have renewed their friendship. are they more than just friends? with songs collaboration's, perhaps suggest otherwise. >> the jackson. >> more turmoil for the jackson family. the teenage daughter, paris announcing that her grandmother when the missing. and this was prompted by a judge that suspended her ownership /guardianship. they however, came to correct these
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accusations. >> if it was a pleasure or a guilty pleasure they could not turn away from this dutbeauty pageant reality show. >> and also of this car regio korean you tube sensation was the no. 1 on the you tube. with over 970 million. however, the new-found fame was not without controversy. anti-american on 20 04 resurfaced on mind. the apologized saying that these work emotionally charged.
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also, the sesame street to voice of elmo facing accusations of sexual misconduct with minors. >> and this highly publicized affair with this director and the actress, kristin stewart. she released a very public statement. she was asking for forgiveness. and just in time for the premier of the twilight saw got in the month of november. >> the celebrity shockwaves through the entertainment world.
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>> after six years of marriage, the divorce. >> what was incredible is up to the homel had everything so well. confli kvkkatie had everything so well organized. >> this was a tragic end to end iconic singer but often troubled career. she battled with drugs and a alcohol she died february and a hotel room. one night before the grammys. this was contributed to heart disease, and drugs.
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has more speed options, reliability and ways to connect. rethink possible. >> a quick look at it other this morning in with erica and george in just a few minutes. the kron four morning news. the country is a technical ago for the fiscal cliff. butechnically-going over the physicalfiscal cliff
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(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. top stories we are following this tuesday, january first. two separate shootings. and san francisco. as the city report is coming up. the country has gone over as the midnight deadline forthe house will re-convene in shots fired in two separate new year. embarcadero area for public intoxication and other misdemeanors. >> with the deep platter, mainly 50s. test high clouds in the distance, with your day planner
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how about checking in with george. >> let us take a look at the bridges, light traffic in all directions, the east bay, the south bay, the peninsula. very light right now. the drive time through marin county is only 21 minutes. from novato shots fired in two separate incidents in san francisco as the city celebrated the new year. officers have also arrested at least ten people in the embarcadero area for public misdemeanors. we turn to kron-four solo reporter jackie sissel. who joins us live from the embarcadero. jackie? >> reporter: good morning, marc. but things are much quieter. many people were
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out here but as you mentioned, there were some are arrests. this is video from sky 7 this was on the corner of jefferson/mes and when this one person was shot in the hand. he is expected to be okay in the second shooting is expected to be a bit more serious. there is one that was just 12 years old. these were just stray bullet shots. but there are expected to be okay. there
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were a lot of people along the embarcadero. from last night. also new this morning. a man in oakland is recovering after being shot multiple times on new year's eve. it happened on the 25- hundred block of east 16th street just before six o'clock last night. the victim was transported to a local hospital in stable condition. authorities say three armed suspects were seen leaving the scene in a vehicle. so far, no arrests have been police say two people died and three others were injured in a new year's eve shooting. after a fight in a restaurant in the old sacramento area. it happened last night outside the sports corner café. police say some 40-thousand people were gathered in old sacramento for a fireworks show when the gunfire erupted. officials then canceled the midnight celebration. police are still searching for a suspect. highway 12 is re-open this morning. after a deadly head on collision caused it to shut down. police say four people were killed in the accident last night. no word yet on the ages of the victims. again, the accident happened on highway 12 east of rio vista around nine p-m.
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authorities at this time do not know when they will reopen that section of the highway. actually it is now reopen biddingdeveloping news. is now reopened, that route way. i will never fall, it is no open. it that roadway. highway no. 12, is open.
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ed payne... has the latest. >> middle-class families will wake up to the assurance that there taxes will not go up. there will be able to meet their monthly bills. >> mitch mcconnell saying that they agreed instead of letting the middle class suffer. >> we do not want to have this burden on anybody. we were not going to let that happen. >> they will meet today at noon. increases and
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spending cuts. it's not just the fiscal cliff u-s lawmakers need to worry about this morning. there's also concern about the nation's debt ceiling. the u-s reached its legal borrowing limit of 16-point- 4 trillion dollars yesterday. the treasury department is taking measures to buy time until the end of february. they include suspending some investments in benefit fundsbut after that, the treasury will not be able to pay all of the country's bills in doctors are treating secretary of state hillary clinton for a blood clot that formed in her head and they're confident she will make a full recovery. not cause a stroke, or any brain damage. the clot is located in the vein in the space between the brain and the skull behind the right ear. to help dissolve the clot, they are treating her with blood thinners. she will be released once the medication dose has been established. we will be right back. .
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zynga has started shutting down several titles as part of a plan to cut
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costs at the struggling online game company. games such as petville and mafia wars 2 will no longer be available. the move is part of a broader cost-cutting plan revealed last october, which involved shutting down 13 titles. the company also announced it was cutting 5% of its full-time workforce, a first for zynga. 2012 was a record year. for movies. americans went to the theaters in droves this past year. with nearly 11-billion dollars in ticket sales. analysts say that's pretty good. in this age of video streaming on computer tablets and large- screen h- d televisions. one analyst thinks this year may be even better. as a number of high-profile movies are expected to hit the big screen. 2012 was the worst year on record for average gas prices. single day spikes never topped what was seen in 2008, but the nationwide average price for a gallon of regular gas hit $3.60 in 2012, according to aaa. that's up 9 cents from last year's record high of $3.51. aaa blamed hurricanes, refinery outages and tensions in the middle east for the high prices. there is some good news. triple a expects gas prices to be lower in 2013, thanks to rising domestic oil production and decreased demand.
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taking a look at gas prices around the bay area this morning. the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in san francisco is 3-63 this morning. across the bay in oakland and san jose. the average is 3-54 and 3-55. this compares to the current state average of 3-57. growing concern that problems with the new electronic oscar voting system could lead to record-low turnout has prompted the motion picture academy for oscar nominations. but the extension is only for a day-- until friday. any votes received after the new deadline will not be counted. an official with the academy says ""by extending the voting deadline we are providing every opportunity transition to online balloting as smooth as possible"" the academy awards ceremony is on february 24th. california will be getting
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a lot of new laws. people a year worldwide. also, a new law says that people cannot sue the fair personnel for sustained injuries on both for car rides this, after a doctor prompted a lawsuit after the doctor sustained injuries with a broken wrist.
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earlier the california supreme court ruled that people who ride on bumper cars and similar attractions at amusement parks can't sue the park operator for injuries they incur in normal use of the rejected a claim of negligence in a lawsuit filed against the owners of jose doctor who fractured car ride in 2005 those looking to clean out their closets in time for the new year got a little bonus. the folks at goodwill held a donate-a-thon at their main location on mission street
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in san francisco. those who came to give away their old belongings were assisted by people dressed as bellhops who also gave away popcorn. >> these donations are the lifeline, to help people with free online digital classis, to learn e-mail, and microsoft office. the first four-hundred people also got free passes to the zoo or movie tickets. event organizers say this is charity. close to four-thousand people will donate at their 34 drop off locations in san francisco, san mateo and marin counties. that's double their usual number. >> 30's in concord in fact, some locations have been right around the freezing mark. the satellite in control with just a few clouds. this storm to the north. remember, we spoke about the potential for showers in the north bay. it looks like the chances of
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that is going to diminish. we do see some rainfall still a bit of a disagreement with rainfall models. it looks like 50s to richmond, he word. the upper 40's and daly city. and redwood city. beginning at 11:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m., there are freeze warnings for the north bay valleys and a frost advisory. temperatures could drop into the upper 20s with icy windshields. you can almost count on it. black ice well be an issue. certainly, bundle up and bring in your pot that plants and family pets potted plants-- >> sunny conditions and temperatures in the 30's.
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your kron 4 7 day around the bay with mild conditions the potential for showers on saturday, and sunday look to be dry. >> good morning. and happy new year it is an easy drive. you are not going to find any problems on the bridges. it is easy. highway 92 i think that is as light as i have ever seen in it. and the golden gate also very light outside. bay bridge on the holiday forecast if you're going out early this morning you are going to find a light and easy drive with the new year - california will be getting a lot of new laws. highlights a few of them. >> there are over 800 new
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loss. that is correct, 800. 800 new---laws.. assemblywoman joan buchanan's bill regarding metal purchases passed. the fine for dealers who knowingly buy metals used at public utlities facilities jumps up big time. now 250-dollars. in a few days. four times that amount. to one thousand dollars. another bill out of the assembly. gives women greater access to birth control. a-b 23-48 will now allow certified nurses, midwives, nurse practicioners and physician's assistants to prescribe that medication. and, drivers licenses for illegals. some 400-thousand undocumented immigrants will be able to apply for a license. this applies to those in a federal program supporting immigrants who came to states as a child and have not broken the law.
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to >> with my signature is now a lot. (cheers & applause) >> reporter: the homeowner bill of rights will also go into affect at the start of the year. it's meant to give homeowners more rights to battle forecloser. this set of bills will restrict dual-track foreclosures. when lenders act like they're working with a borrower to modify a loan, with foreclosure. a senate bill also makes it illegal for public and private universities. from forcing students to reveal their usernames or passwords for social media. philippe djegal, kron four news. the f-d-a has approved a johnson and johnson tuberculosis drug that is the first new medicine to fight the deadly infection in more than four decades. the agency approved the pill for use with older drugs to fight a hard-to-treat strain of tuberculosis that has not responded to other medications. the disease is rare in the united states. but kills about one-point-four million people a year worldwide.
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also, school systems say that recess is essential. it is important for their creativity, and well being. this was published in the journal of pediatrics. we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your new light creamy potato with bacon & cheese soup says it's 100 calories a serving. that's right. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. my world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon...creamy cheese... [ whispers ] 100 calories... say it again... [ whispers ] 100 calories... ma'am, hello? ma'am?
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>> welcome back. we can see a chilly start in major cities around the world. the biggest and bright from sydney, australia. (music)
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>> taking a look at the united states. philadelphia, las vegas, and seattle. andtwo babies were born at separate hospitals in the bay area at the stroke of midnight. a baby boy, named harley daniel sparks, was born at
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sutter delta medical center in antioch. he weighed eight pounds, two and a half ounces. and measured 21 inches long. the other. whose gender and name have not been released. was born at alta bates summit medical center in berkeley. we will be right back.
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initiated. neural speeds increasing to 4g lte. brain upgrading to a quad-core processor. predictive intelligence with google now complete. introducing droid dna by htc. it's not an upgrade to your phone. it's an upgrade to yourself. >> take a look this is at the ferry building with a
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live report from jackie sissel but first, your weather and traffic. >> around the freezing mark for the north bay areas. this is our roof cam. sunshine, that is the story and will continue to see that with temperatures in the 50s. as we go for tomorrow, this frost advisory will be the big story. however, generally dray this high-pressure is in control. but a dry--day is expected for the next couple of days. changes for the weekend, and details coming up in my next report. >> if you have a lot to talk about but in the department, we don't. at the golden
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gate there are light traffic conditions and the east bay, the peninsula. cleanup efforts are underway along the embarcadero in san rang in the new year! to get you more news faster we turn to kron-four solo reporter jackie sissel. who joins us live from the embarcadero. jackie? >> reporter: this is pretty much what is left. you would never know that there were thousands of people. we have seen people picking up the barricades but the cleanup started nearly immediately. 12:05 started right around after the fireworks were
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cleared. and not a lot of police in oakland are still looking for the gunman who shot and killed a teenage girl. the teenager who died sunday night has been identified as 15-year-old jubrille jordan of oakland. this is what the crime scene looked like sunday night hours after the shooting had happened. keep in mind these gun shots rang out in the afternoon. jordan was killed and a 14 year old boy was shot in the foot. the shooter is still on the lose. oakland police chief howard jordan talked about what he plans to do. to address the rising crime situation in oakland. their markups count, we have more officers, to become a more pro-active, to have more cops. and the more proactive in the bottom line is that it has to stop. we, as a community and the police to apartment half to do more to stop the crime on
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our young children. the murder, that happened on sunday, marked the city's 131st homicide of the year. the chief says that more community involvment is also key to fighting crime this year. a deadly shooting brings a violent end to what has been a violent year in terms of homicides in the city of san jose. police were called to the sprawling summer breeze apartments on lewis road where a man was shot and killed in the parking lot. police did not immediately identify the lone, male victim and would not discuss any possible motive, except to say it is not thought to be gang-related. e detained for questioning in the city's 46th homicide in 2012, compared with 40 in 2011. that would be the most since 1991 when there were 53. the woman accused of crashing into several pedestrians, killing one, near san francisco's twin peaks lookout point last month pleaded not guilty to vehicular manslaughter, d- u-i and hit-and-run charges. police say gina eunice fatally struck a 56-year-old woman on december 20th. at her arraignment, prosecutors say eunice had a blood alcohol content of
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point-2-3 at the time of the collision. eunice is being held on one million dollars bail. she will be back in court on january 14th. the new year also bringing some new laws. there will be a ten-cent charge for paper bags at county starting today. the alameda county waste management authority adopted the ordinace in 2012.banning plastic bags.in an effort to reduce the use of single carry out bags and to promote reusabe bagssome oakland shoppers say they will do what they have to do.to prevent paying the extra dime. >> i will not be shopping here without a back. >> i have mine i need to find them. and i need to start using them that will be the key, to remember to use them. >> is a good idea for the environment. i guess that we all have to sacrifice for the and varmints sake. according to stop-
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waste.org plastic bags are the most common liter items found in our waterway.shopping with reusable bags helps reduce liter, waste, protects creeks. and the bay and for the--environment's sake--- more new laws to tell you about this morning. the highest minimum wage in the nation is set to rise again. as san francisco's low end compensation rate will increase from 10-24 an hour to 10-55 an hour. the city's minimum wage has increased every year since 2004. in a 2004 study. u-c berkeley found that the rising minimum wage had no impact on jobs or the propensity of employers to leave the area. it also found that restaurants increased costs to customers. with prices rising 6-point-two percent for fast food and one- point-eight percent for sit- down eaters. starting today. p-g-and- e natural gas rates for residential customers will decrease significantly but electric rates will rise slightly. average gas rates for residential customers will drop nearly 6 percent. however, electricity rates will rise about 2 percent over last year. p-g-and-e says natural gas rates are falling because wholesale costs have
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declined. meanwhile, electricity rates are rising because of pg&e's costs to maintain and modernize its electricity system. we will be right back. here's a live look outside. the james lech. le the james lick
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james lick. toss break protecting your skin from sun damage is something that needs to be done in the winter too, not just summer months. pat saint claire has more in today's health minute. >> protecting your skin turns the winter months. >> every day i apply sunscreen and i know that protected by scan will help prevent skin cancer. i get my skin checked regularly by a dermatologist. one in five will develop skin cancer. >> going to look for. >> basal cell are the most common. if they are there
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for six weeks or longer you need to be concerned. >> always apply sunscreen and wearing a hat can offer additional protection. and did not forecast sunglasses or goggles. kim kardashian... and even counseling is being offered at lady gaga's concert. >> 2013 will be a great year for her. she is expecting a baby with, the west she feels lucky and last. they have been dating for eight
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months. >> charlie sheen was used in the offensive homophobic whirred and mexico city. and he issued an apology. >> lady gaga is looking out for her fans mental-health. she is offering free counseling for the upcoming tour. this will be on site offering fans to professional counselors on mental health bullying. it will be even a tailgating experience. >> a quick break take a look outside of the san jose. freeways.
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the bay area is ringing in the new year with a spare the air day. today is the first spare the air alert of the winter season. the alert bans the burning of manufactured fire logs, wood, or any indoor or outdoor solid fuel. the winter spare the air season lasts until february 28th. and today is just one of those days. let us check-in with erica. >> that is right. not that bad, mark. not as cold as yesterday's. still a bit of some freezing temperatures with lower 30's. downtown san francisco waking up to 43 degrees. 30's and daly
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city as we check out the futurecast it looks like most of was will be in the 40's with the exception of the east bay valleys. as to put the clock into motion. will keep that sunshine and temperatures of be in the mainly low 50s. only be in the'a
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however, a bit of a dry weekend www.snowbomb.com take a look of the resort's there are no tire chain laws and effected your driving after the high country. >> we will take a quick look at the bridges. no delays. highway 92, very light also, the golden gate is easy. they have even taken away that center boundary with a
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balance of three lanes in each direction. tough it's now 2013. and the past twelve months have been filled with stories of joy, sadness and astonishment. let's take a look back at some of the top stories from 2012. >> touchdown confirmed. (cheers & applause) >> this massive crowd. >> we want freedom. (music) >> this italian a cruise ship capsized. >> 23 percent unemployment. >> this social media. >> the affordable care act. >> legitimate rate. >> the largest ipo. >> this release is me breast-feeding her. >> one article has the
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entire country talking. >> same-sex marriage should be legal. >> we now know the name. >> the shooting of the sheik temple. >> people have been shot in front of the empire state building. >> bath salts. >> jerry sandusky sentenced to 30 years. >> the statue of joe paterno gone. >> these people are going crazy for the diamond jubilee. >> blind squirrel, the fierce fight. >> prince harry naked. >> >> what went wrong? >> mitt romney. >> and hurricane sandy prompting some changes. (crowd chanting '4 more
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years) >> christopher stephens dead. >> we will bring these people to justice. >> the impact of hurricane sandy. >> this path of destruction along the eastern seaboard. >> we cannot secure this. >> and another story. call me maybe hooney boo boo and david petraeus. gazaa and syria and the red line and the prediction is the barack obama will be reelected president. >> terror at an elementary school 20 children dead six
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children also dead. >> our hearts are broken today for the parents, the grandparents the sisters and brother of these children fiord may god bless the memory. and in the words of scripture, heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds. (music) >> we will be right back pass the kron 4 morning news continues. this is from our mount tam cam temperatures will be climbing. as a
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reminder, and a reminder to catch doctor phil right after the kron four morning news at 10 a-m. .
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>> keeping our eyes on our weather with 60s. the one chance of rainfall seems to be showers.. and for the
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rose bowl, the number 8number eight ranked stanford will face the wisconsin badgers in the rose bowl today. title to advance to their third straight b-c-s bowl. this is wisconsin's third straight trip to the rose bowl. kickoff is at two o'clock this afternoon. pope benedict the sixteenth led high mass this morning from saint peter's basilica in vatican city to usher in the new year. the catholic church marks january first as a world day of peace. it's a tradition started by pope paul the sixth. back in 1968. (countdown of crowd) a million people crowded into new york city's times square to watch the crystal-covered ball drop at midnight.
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this was without dick clark ...here's how some other cities in america rang in the new year. on the left - eastport, maine holds its new year's eve "sardine drop" to welcome 20-13. on the right - in key west, florida. for the 16th time the city welcomed the new year by lowering a shoe! and on the bottom. thousands of people gathered in atlanta to watch the peach drop at the stroke of midnight to usher in 20-13. we will be right back. the house of representatives are going to reconvene on a vote to pass the fiscal cliff...
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details, coming up. and new laws... even alameda county charging for paperbackg
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(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> good morning thank you for joining us. top stories we are following the latest out of washington. voting for april but would keep texas from going up on most americans. the latest on the fiscal cliff. we are waiting for the house of representatives. to see if we can avoid the fiscal
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cliff and also watching the bay area weather. checking in with with your holiday forecast. >> happy 2013. clear skies and sunshine a bit chilly in the north bay. we did have some areas of a frost but that sunshine will stick around. 50s. this frees one in will go into effect and the frost advisory. freeze-- will go into effect-36 in santa rosa. we are no longer freezing but upper 40's in oakland. i will show you where these numbers are expected to go. fans how about checking in your commute to. >> there is a problem in san francisco is a fatal accident in the mission district. likely, this
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business south of van ness. it is in the center of this accident. this is also on self van ness. the adjacent streets. we are on our way. police say two people died and three others were injured in a new year's eve shooting. after a fight in a restaurant in the old sacramento area. it happened last night outside the sports corner café. people were gathered in old sacramento for a fireworks show when the gunfire erupted. officials then canceled the for a suspect. highway 12 is re-open this morning. after a deadly head on collision caused it
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to shut down. police say four people were killed in the accident last night. no word yet on the ages of the victims. again, the accident happened authorities at this time do highway. developing news. it went down to the last few morning session, the senate approved a measure on tax increases and spending cuts. the measure now goes to the house of representatives. ed payne has the story. >> joe biden went to capitol hill after they struck a deal with the warehouse. the senate returned into session at 2:00 a.m. to vote. 89-8. it will stay out of spending and keep the bush era tax cuts in place. harry reid
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says that their goal was to protect the middle class. >> middle-class families will wake up to make sure that the taxes will not go up by $2,200 each. there will be able to pay for rent, groceries, car payments. >> mitch mcconnell said that this agreement was in an effort to not let the middle class suffer. >> we all know that if we did not do anything these would be going up on everybody. we did not want to let that happen. >> the house will reconvene and take of that measure again. >> right now, they are gathering. we will let you know with in this hour. it's not just the fiscal cliff u- s lawmakers need to worry
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about this morning. there's also concern about the nation's debt ceiling. the u-s reached its legal borrowing limit of 16- point-4 trillion dollars yesterday. the treasury department is taking measures to buy time until the end of february. they include suspending some investments in benefit funds for federal workers. but after that, the treasury will not be able to pay all of the country's bills in full and on time. unless the debt ceiling will be increased. doctors are treating secretary of state hillary clinton for a blood clot that formed in her head and they're confident she will make a full recovery. they say the blood clot did not cause a stroke, or any brain damage. the clot is located in the vein in the space between the brain and the skull behind the right ear. to help dissolve the clot, they are treating her with blood thinners. she will be released once the medication dose has been established. emmerich 2012 was the worst year on record for gas
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prices. 2012 was the worst year on record for average gas prices. single day spikes never topped what was seen in 2008, but the nationwide average price for a gallon of regular gas hit $3.60 in 2012, according to aaa. that's up 9 cents from last aaa blamed hurricanes, refinery outages and tensions in the middle east for the high prices. there is some good news. triple a expects gas prices to be lower in 2013, thanks to rising domestic oil production and decreased demand. taking a look at gas prices around the bay area this morning. the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in san francisco is 3-63 this morning. across the bay in oakland and san jose. the average is 3-54 and 3-55. this compares to the current state average of 3-57. we will be right back. this live look with plenty of sunshine...
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>> welcome back.
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zynga has started shutting down several titles as part of a plan to cut costs at the struggling online game company. games such as petville and mafia wars 2 will no longer be available. the move is part of a broader cost-cutting plan revealed last october, which involved shutting down 13 titles. the company also announced it was cutting 5% of its for zynga. 2012 was a record year. for movies. americans went to the theaters in droves this past year. with nearly 11-billion dollars in ticket sales. good. in this age of video streaming on computer tablets and large- screen h- d televisions. one analyst thinks this year may be even better. as a number of high-profile movies are expected to hit the big screen. >> this live look on the senate floor. bush era tax cuts temporarily put in place in an effort to not go
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the new year got a little bonus. the folks at goodwill held a donate-a-thon at their main in san francisco. >> we have great digital literacy program. to learn about microsoft office, and even all of our mission is to get people back to work. your donation helps people employed or to perhaps gain employment for the first time. those who came to give away their old belongings were assisted by people dressed as bellhops who also gave away popcorn. the first four-hundred people also got free passes to the zoo or movie tickets. event organizers say this is to thank people for their the lifeblood of their close to four-thousand people will donate at their francisco, san mateo and number. 40's through san jose and the longer in the 30's. 41 degrees in san carlos. as we
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take a look it looks like 40's but we will see fifties for the afternoon highs. that is indicated by the light blue. the purple is where we could potentially see upper 40's. specifically, those are the numbers. sunnyvale, reaching an afternoon high. 50s expected in napa. the satellite & radar. with wednesday with that it will guide the storm. we will see the potential for showers north of the golden gate. that will no longer pd case. if you're going up to lake tahoe? there are no tire chain laws but there is freezing fog. we will see plenty of sunshine for the afternoon near. temperatures in the 30's. your kron 4 7 day around the bay mild, tranquil dry weather
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patterns with the exception of saturday. temperatures in the upper 50s. >> we spoke about that accident in the san francisco on city streets. there was a car that collided with a building. this was near the21 and the south of van ness. kron4's jackie sissel? >> reporter: i cannot tell you a not we're still gathering details. we can see it multiple cars. we are being told that to there could be fatalities involved. multiple cars and a selfish and a mass is also shut down from 20 f. some of the side streets also impacted. as soon as we get
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more informational will pass them along. >> also, 21st street has been close to of south van ness between cap st.. this is not going to be a heavily traveled areas of but it is an area advisable to avoid. the bridges have been exceptionally light and also freeway traffic with no delays. there are no normal commute patterns. this could be one of the lightest days. very light conditions if you're going to drive out? >> thank-you. >> the f-d-a has approved a johnson and johnson tuberculosis drug that is
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the first new medicine to fight the deadly infection in more than four decades. for use with older drugs to fight a hard-to-treat strainthe disease is rare in the united states. but kills about one-point-four million people a year worldwide. this morning. 3-54 and 3-55. growing concern that problems with the new electronic oscar voting system could lead to record- low turnout has prompted the motion picture academy to extend the deadline for members to vote for oscar but the extension is onlyany
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votes received after the counted. an official with the academy says ""by extending the voting deadline we are available to make the balloting as smooth as awards ceremony is on february 24th.
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>> welcome back. 2013 year
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is from the latest from sydney, australia, to europe. (music)
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i the family even more celebrations, philadelphia, and fireworks over las vegas. and there is the
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space needle. they're working with a at least ten people arrested
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car ride in 2005 california will be getting a lot of new laws. kron four's philippe djegal highlights a few of them. assemblywoman joan buchanan's bill regarding metal purchases passed. the fine for dealers who knowingly buy metals used at public utlities facilities jumps up big time. now 250-dollars. in a few days. four times that amount. to one thousand dollars. another bill out of the assembly. gives women greater access to birth control. a-b 23-48 will now allow certified nurses, midwives, nurse practicioners and prescribe that medication. and, drivers licenses for illegals. some 400-thousand undocumented immigrants will be able to apply for a license. this applies to those in a federal program supporting immigrants who came to states as a child and have not broken the law. >> with my signature, it is called it a lot! (cheers & applause) >> reporter: the homeowner bill of rights will also go into affect at the start of the year. it's meant to give homeowners more rights to battle forecloser. this set of bills will restrict dual-track foreclosures. when lenders act like they're working with a borrower to modify a loan, while still moving forward
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with foreclosure. a senate bill also makes it illegal for public and private universities. from forcing students to reveal their usernames or passwords for social media. philippe djegal, kron four news. we will be right back with top stories. this live look outside chilly but temperatures look like they are going to warm up. . (music)
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>> welcome back. a very light traffic. this live look at the golden gate bridge. and here is an update with your weather. >> good morning, marc. plenty of sunshine to go a round. temperatures are starting to warm. with most
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locations getting into the 40's. as for goal for this afternoon temperatures will be in the 50s. as the go for this afternoon however, there will be a frost advisory/freeze morning by 11:00 p.m. however, cold conditions tonight it could be very cold with tomorrow at very cold. ford generally dry weather on saturday however, some-4 generally too dry weather. quiet, try and high-pressure is in control. this storm to the north we will talk about the next chance of rainfall with your extended forecast. now, george. >> good morning we continue to monitor a issue in the mission district 28/van ness. it is likely to be fatalities involved. 20th- and jackie sissel is on the
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scene. near van ness. it appeared that there were more than one vehicle involved. and that one of the vehicles house collided with a building/business? >> it has collided with this liquor store. south of van ness is completely shut down in three blocks. there are other vehicles involved. there could be two different fatalities involved. south bend and as completely shut down. not much information from the police department itself van ness south shut down. however, the public information officer could provide some information. this is at least showing a liquor store, with two different cars involved. >> we also heard that there
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were fatalities or at least one fatality possibly two different fatalities involved in this one accident. in addition to the van ness selsclosure between 20th haazig madyu20th-23, betwee captain had shot wel off haazig top stories we are following this tuesday, january first. a man in oakland is recovering after being shot hundred block of east 16th
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for a suspect. >> the bottom line is that this house to stop. we have to have a better job. this -- has to stop. shut down. it went down to the last few hours. and in an early
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around the world. girl. the teenager who died sunday night has been identified as 15-year-old jubrille jordan looked like sunday night happened. keep in mind these gun shotsthe shooter is still on the lose. plans to do. to address thethe murder, that happened on the chief says that more community involvment is also >> a deadly shooting brings a violent end to what has been a violent year in terms of jose. apartments on lewis road where a man was shot and killed in the parking lot. police did not immediately
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to say it is not thought to be gang-related. compared with 40 in 2011. that would be the most since 1991 when there were 53. the woman accused of pedestrians, killing one, near san francisco's twin police say gina eunice fatally struck a 56-year-old woman on december 20th. at her arraignment, prosecutors say eunice had a blood alcohol content of point-2-3 at the time of the million dollars bail. she will be back in court on january 14th. the new year also bringing there will be a ten-cent grocery stores in alamedathe alameda county waste the ordinace in 2012.banning reduce the use of single carry out bags and to oakland shoppers say they will do what they have to do.to prevent paying the extra dime. plastic bags are the most our waterway.shopping with liter, waste, protects creeks. and the bay eaters. >> also, this on fortune that story about a car still on craigslist.
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>> i called car fax, however, once i've found that the title was registered as stolen. 13,700. >> today, when i called aaa they said that it is registered as stolen. >> antioch police is registered as so long. >> how much? 13,700 it >> that is a lot of money. >> not only is the out a lot of money but the antioch police came and picked it up. leaving patrick and his daughter without a car. there will have to search for a different car into will go straight to a dealership. but if people are going to purchase a vehicle off of craigslist >> you have to go to aaa. check the paperwork. i
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wished that to they could catch the guy. and perhaps somebody will recognize their face. >> reportireporting live, scott rates, kron 4. >> also, the highest minimum wage will increase from $10.24, $10.55. the san francisco minimum-wage has increased every year since 2004. uc-berkeley says that this does not have much impact on jobs or stop employers from operating in san francisco. also, restaurants can increase costs. rising 6.2%. and 1.8 per i% for sit-down restaurants. >> starting today. p-g-and-e natural gas rates for residential customers will decrease significantly but electric rates will rise
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slightly. average gas rates for residential customers will drop nearly 6 percent. however, electricity rates will rise about 2 percent over last year. p-g-and-e says natural gas rates are falling because wholesale costs have declined. meanwhile, electricity rates are rising because of pg&e's costs to maintain and modernize its electricity system. we will be right back. this live look over the bay bridge. a nice day a little bit breezy but it should be nice.
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number eight ranked stanford will face the wisconsin badgers in the rose bowl newsstanford won the pac-12 title to advance to their third straight b-c- s bowl. this is wisconsin's third straight trip to the rose bowl. kickoff is at two o'clock this afternoon. stanford is favored by 5 points. if
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(crowd counting down) (cheers & applause) (music) >> the was the scene and new-york times square and other that was in east port main. with that a sardine east port, the state of maine, and key west, they lower a shoe. and the bottom right is atlanta where they drop a key eac. peach. and as we take a look out a side. breezy conditions it temperatures are starting to
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warm up. and as a program reminder, at 10:00 a.m., the doctor fephi l..
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>> good morning. 30's in santa rosa. oakland, 46 degrees. and if it looks like a light blue is indicating where we could see 50s. breaking down the numbers the potential that some locations will stay in the upper 40's. antioch,
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daly city. hayward and we do have a freeze warning going into effect. for the north bay valleys with the frost advisory for the rest of the san francisco bay. do not be surprised if temperatures are going to be in the upper 20s by tonight. with some of the protected valleys and an icy windshield possible. some black ice even possible. drive with extra caution. and bring and your family pets and pot it plants. mild and tranquil. as we look for a saturday but it is going to be short lived. things will dry out on a sunday, monday. >> we continue to monitor a problem on the city streets. this is in the mission district. south van ness
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and 21st jackie sissel is on the scene but there is very little informations. however we did hear that there could have been one, two fatalities. that has not been confirmed. you are looking across 21st. >> and a comprehensive look at the year that our producer, put together (music)
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>> this is currently and a black out. >> nobody is following anny procedures are any procedure. ... >> whitney houston was pronounced dead at 3:55 >> how this superstar was found in his bathtub. >> vandals painting satanic symbols on this catholic church. >> this luxury car taking a tore inttaking a deep toward-ino the pacific. >> the high school teacher moving in with one of his students. >> great whales. >> this is awesome.
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>> i never imagines that this could happen to me. >> there is no way that this is random. >> 290 million. >> the one half again dollarsone-half rugged dollars.i people dead one-half of dollars to -- >> he has just started shooting. >> these cries grow louder.
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pam will not gotten any justice. >> i was not interested in being charged soul by to drop my clothes (music) >> he said he was the joker. >> this happened yesterday >> i do not want resigned.
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>> i am not a social or about that. >> this was not official misconduct. >> chevron. >> these residents are having difficulty breathing >> decision 2012. romnesia....
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>> do not be stupid. >> make no mistake this is a devastating storm... >> the san francisco giants giantssweep sweep sweep (cheers & applause) (music)
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